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AdapT – Research Institute on Resilient and Circular Infrastructure

Infrastructure is highly susceptible to climate change, and accounts for between 25% and 40% of greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. The sector also produces a significant portion of the waste created in this country.

There is an urgency to making our infrastructure assets more resilient, sustainable and responsible, and we can make a difference in this area. The objective of AdapT – Research Institute on Resilient and Circular Infrastructure is to provide Canada with support in this approach, and to become the international reference in this field.

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    Technological solutions to climate challenges

    Infrastructure assets consume energy and resources at an insatiable rate and generate massive environmental footprints, not to mention their vulnerability to the effects of flooding, storms and other extreme weather events, which continue to increase in both frequency and intensity.

    It is crucial that we change our way of doing things in order to adapt our infrastructure to the climate of tomorrow, and at the same time, reduce costs related to damages.

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    What we can offer to society

    Canada must adapt and prepare itself for the effects of climate change. AdapT can be part of the solution. We are here to help.

    Our mission is to provide tangible means to facilitate the construction of adapted and resilient infrastructure assets, reducing the ecological impact of the built environment by accelerating the transition toward a circular economy.

    About us

    The Institute plans to become the international reference in the field of resilient, sustainable and responsible infrastructure assets. In taking on this vast challenge, we are relying on our multidisciplinary research team, our many renowned partners a number of previously established pillars at ÉTS, including CERIEC and CIRODD.

    AdapT unites close to a hundred researchers from the engineering, management and human sciences sectors around a common goal: to conduct research in service to society in order to help face up to climate challenges.

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    Our values

    The focus of our resolutely transdisciplinary approach is to push back all boundaries in order to allow ideas to circulate freely.

    Collaboration is one of the Institute’s core values. We consider industry, along with government and public organizations, to be invaluable partners in successfully attaining our objectives.

    Transverse areas of research

    • Planning and assessment tools and models
    • Transdisciplinary integration

    Contact us

    Do you have a project to propose? Are you interested in sharing your ideas? Would you like to collaborate with us? Contact us!
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    Gabriel Garcia-Curiel

    Director of Business Development and Partnerships

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